Wednesday, 11 May 2016

The Heat is On! - Latest paintings from Steve PP's Art Diary.

The Heat is On!

Posted by  on May 10, 2016 in Art Diary
The Heat is On!
Well, Spring seemed to slip by in a chilly blur with what seemed liked a whole month of cold winds.
May however hasn’t dissapointed so far. With an air pattern starting way down in Morocco , we have been treated to some Spring warmth, that feels more like high Summer and what a difference it makes!
The colour and light changes to a warmer palette and suddenly I have my favourite subject matter and conditions available.
I feel a series of beach and coastal paintings focusing on strong sunlight, glare and warmth coming on. Every time I start one of these topics , I get a real feeling of purpose and satisfaction.
I hope they give you a warm feeling too?
Here are a few of my recent paintings. Just click on the titles to get more details on the website.
Have a great day!
Have a great day from Woolacombe artist Steve PP.
"Waiting for that last Set " surfers sat in the lineup waiting for the final wave of the day. watercolour painting by artist Steve PP available from his Woolacombe Art Gallery
Spring is in the Air an original watercolour painting on Arches paper by North Devon artist Steve PP, available from his Woolacombe Art Gallery.
"Low tide Half time" a hot late afternoon game of beach football . Woolacombe Bay watercolour painting by North devon Artist Steven Pleydell-Pearce from the Woolacombe Art Gallery of Steve PP
Worshipping at the Shrine , Barricane Beach, Woolacombe Bay sunset watercolour painting by North Devon Artist Steve PP, available from his Woolacombe Fine Art Gallery
Bournemouth Aglow watercolour painting by Woolacombe artist Steve PP.
"Apres Surf" Woolacombe Bay Sunset Surfer water-colour painting from the Woolacombe Art Gallery of Steve PP.
Lundy Sunsetters Lundy Island sunset watercolour painting by Woolacombe Bay artist Steve PP available from his North Devon Art gallery
April's No Fool watercolour painting by Steve Pleydell-Pearce available from his Woolacombe Art gallery in North Devon